Pass Over Blues – Colored World | Album Review

Pass Over Blues – Colored World Sinnstift-Verlag www.passoverblues.de CD: 17 Songs, 60 Minutes Styles: Eclectic Blues, Roots, All Original Songs Innovation. The word conjures up images of artistic and technological marvels. It’s the drive to improve, to branch out, to push the envelope and think outside the box. Fortunately for us, Apple and Microsoft aren’t …

Pass Over Blues – No Fruits-Without Roots | Album Review

Pass Over Blues – No Fruits – Without Roots www.passoverblues.de snnstft Verlag 15 songs time-50:26 Blues based music delving into singer-song writer territory with a slant on the state of the world’s condition and personal relations delivered from the German perspective of Pass Over Blues and it’s guiding light Harro Hubner. The band employs blues instrumentation …

Pass Over Blues Band – The | Album Review

Pass Over Blues Band – The Self-Release – 2014 www.harrohuebner.de 13 tracks; 47 minutes The Pass Over Blues Band is based in Germany.  Established in 1991 the band is guitarist Roland Beeg, vocalist, harp player and occasional guitarist Harro Huebner, drummer Michiel Demeyere and bassist Lutz Mohri.  Additional musicians are Andi Geyer on keys, Christian …

2020 Blues Blast Music Award Nominees Announced

Press Release 2020 Blues Blast Music Awards Nominees From Blues Blast Magazine – www.BluesBlastMagazine.com  Contact Information: Bob Kieser (309) 267-4425 or info@bluesblastmagazine.com In early May, a group of Blues music industry professionals including music critics, journalists, festival promoters, music venue managers, producers, musicians and other Blues music industry professionals nominated the best in Blues music …

Blues And The Soul Of Man – An Autobiography Of Nehemiah “Skip” James | Book Review

Blues And The Soul Of Man – An Autobiography Of Nehemiah “Skip” James Mel Bay Productions, Inc. Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop 132 Pages The haunting 1931 recordings for the Paramount Records label were enough to establish a place in the blues pantheon for Nehemiah “Skip” James. Classic songs like “Devil Got My Woman,” “I’m So …

John Blues Boyd – “What my eyes have seen…” | Album Review

John Blues Boyd – “What my eyes have seen…” www.johnbluesboyd.com Gulf Coast Records 9 songs time – 51:34 Seventy-five year old Mississippian John Blues Boyd recalls his life and life history in song in this recording. Writing credits are by various combinations of John Blues Boyd, Kid Andersen and president of Gulf Coast Records Guy …

Matteo Sansonetto Blues Revue – I’m Still Around | Album Review

Matteo Sansonetto Blues Revue – I’m Still Around Wind Chill Records WC1005 10 songs – 42 minutes www.matteosansonetto.it Based out of northeastern Italy, vocalist/guitarist Matteo Sansonetto celebrates his return to action after a major automobile accident with this stellar collection of modern Chicago blues, which was recorded with a lineup of some of the best …

Roger Stolle & Lou Bopp – Mississippi Juke Joint Confidential: House Parties, Hustlers, & The Blues Life | Book Review

Roger Stolle & Lou Bopp – Mississippi Juke Joint Confidential: House Parties, Hustlers, & The Blues Life The History Press www.cathead.biz 144 Pages Eighteen years ago, author Roger Stolle left behind a successful career in corporate marketing to move to Clarksdale, MS to immerse himself in the local blues scene. While Clarksdale sits squarely in …

The Forrest McDonald Band featuring Andrew Black – Blues In A Bucket | Album Review

The Forrest McDonald Band featuring Andrew Black – Blues In A Bucket World Talent Records – 2020 11 tracks; 51 minutes www.ForrestMcDonald.com Forrest McDonald is an experienced guitar player and this is his fifteenth album release. Originally from New England, Forrest worked in California for some years but relocated to Atlanta back in the 90’s. …

Rolly Brown – Where Blues Meets Jazz | DVD Review

Rolly Brown – Where Blues Meets Jazz Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop www.guitarvideos.com 110 minutes Guitar players of all skill level, from campfire amateurs through to spider fingered professionals, need to be taught how to play and can benefit from new ideas. Freshening up one’s six-string technique is the most important part of being a professional …